Hotel Americano

Address: Pizarro 764, Trujillo, Peru | Hotel
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Day 6 in Peru

A travel blog entry by nmitch on Dec 10, 2014

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After our visit to the Amazon, we decide to take a stroll to Trujillo, Peru. This city is known as the "capital of the everlasting spring", meaning that here, it always has good weather. We decide to first, go see Chan Chan, which is a world heritage site. Since the ruins aren't that far out of the city, we took a taxi over to the ruins, and they waited there until we were ready to leave. This city was so fascinating in ...

One Visit is Definitely Enough !

A travel blog entry by forsterb on Oct 21, 2014

... excavating the temple, it was the temple that was the real star on this tour. This temple was built right next to the sacred mountain of the area and was constructed in five (5) levels consisting of nothing buy mud/clay adobe bricks. It was said that fifty million adobe bricks were used in its construction. Back then, people paid their taxes with bricks.

From there we headed to downtown Trujillo – the main square and toured some of ...

Mañana, Mañana

A travel blog entry by s-oldfield on Aug 10, 2014

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... box with stolen forks in the back of a cab back to the bus station, for what would be our third visit in 14 hours and where we concluded that Trujillo had been a complete and utter farce of an excursion.

We arrived in Huaráz at 5am. Being a hardy northerner and a skint backpacker, I was still resolutely refusing to spend money on a coat at this point, regardless of my thoroughly inappropriate 40-degree-ready vacuum-packed wardrobe. Yet despite the sub-zero ...

A day of enlightenment

A travel blog entry by coco89 on Jul 30, 2014

... meters. However, all the hype around them seemed slightly exaggerated when we were told that at least 50% of the ruins were reconstructed. In addition the effort to try and prove that the Chimú were mightier than the inca - with all their sophisticated symbolism and so on - failed when the explanations for carvings and architecture was exactly the same as what everyone had been saying about the inca. What ended up making us laugh the most, however, was the fact that we ...

The Final Entry

A travel blog entry by looptiloop on Jan 01, 2014

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... it's Christmas, let's just ask the blonde Gringa who walks past everyday if she wants to share a beer". And because it's Christmas I think "stuff it, it's Christmas I'm going to join the opportunistic, old Peruvian men". And know in Peru, where the unspoken rules of communal drinking where three beers are placed in the middle of the circle and one glass is repeatedly filled, skulled, and passed around the group, that once you join the circle, expect to be buying the next three rounds ...

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